Vintage Treasures for the Modern Home

California, United States · 1570 Sales


Vintage Treasures for the Modern Home

California, United States 1570 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars

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Last updated on Dec 1, 2015

Welcome & Enjoy Your Stay

Kylie Chase

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Kylie Chase


Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
korey provencher

korey provencher on Jun 1, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

thanks for your extra help with this purchase!


lauraskinner on Mar 4, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Love it. It has a special place in my little table top garden vignette. Thank you.

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Vintage To Create A House Into A Home

love of the old

addiction to shopping...

beloved treasures to warm your home

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  • Kylie

    Owner, Designer, Curator

Shop policies

Last updated on January 10, 2015
→thank you for visiting fox and forage! new items added daily

→all content and images property of fox and forage // ©2011 fox and forage rights reserved. no other party may attempt to use content or images with express permission of fox and forage/kylie chase

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
→paypal is one method of payment currently accepted. it is not necessary to have to have a paypal account. you can use a debit or credit card through paypal. if you have questions regarding paying with paypal, contact me and i will help you.

→credit cards & etsy gift cards are also accepted through direct checkout

→if you are new to etsy and need help figuring out checkout:
→domestic: packages ship daily - priority (2-3 day delivery) & first class mail (5-10 day delivery)

→international: packages ship daily (please allow 15-18 days for delivery)

→tracking is included in domestic purchases only

→if you would like to add insurance to the shipping of your item, please let me know prior to making payment and i will adjust the shipping cost to reflect the cost of insurance. outside of this buffalo winter is not responsible for lost or damaged packages.
Refunds and Exchanges
→select carefully as all sales are considered final

→to ensure your item is well suited for you, please double-check measurements. if you are unsure and have a question about the size or appearance of an item, do contact me and i will gladly send you more pictures or take additional measurements. it is important to me that you love your fox and forage purchase!

if you have any other questions or concerns, please message me before purchasing.
Additional policies and FAQs
reserves/holds are available for 24 hours. if you need more than 24 hours please contact me to set up a non-refundable deposit. please do not reserve an item if you are not 100% sure you will purchase it. fox and forage also has the right to refuse a reserve request.

→all of the items at fox and forage are vintage so there is some wear. they may not be 100% free of minor defects, as they have been loved already. i sell only clean vintage pieces that i find in excellent/great/good condition. any imperfections are minor and are described to the best of my knowledge.

→brass facts
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, used and prized since ancient times for its beauty, resilience and durability. Color variations are the result of slightly different proportions of copper and zinc.
Brass can be cast, forged, spun, wrought or die-cut. It is used in our homes for fine hardware, lighting fixtures, fireplace equipment, candle holders and many other practical and decorative accessories.
Brass can be finished in many different ways. These include a highly polished (mirror) finish; a satin or brushed finish; a soft (hand rubbed) finish; plus antique, bronze and verdigris finishes.

→solid brass vs brass plated
A piece is solid brass if the material is pure brass - whether it's the hollow tube of a chandelier arm, a sheet of brass wrapped around a steel post as in many antique beds, or a two pound candlestick. Solid brass can always be polished to its original beauty, although an old lacquer may need to be removed first.
Brass plated items are usually made of steel or white metal (zinc) to which molecules of brass are electroplated. A lacquer is usually applied to protect the plating. Brass plating is exceedingly thin and will deteriorate over a period of time. Brass plated pieces can sometimes be polished successfully (once the lacquer is carefully removed), but if the plating is deteriorated the piece will probably need to be replated.